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Cehovska ulica, Požega, Croatia
Croatia

Cehovska ulica (Guild Street) leads from the central square of Požega to the courthouse. It is the place where craftsmen associations – guilds were once located and hence the name. Today it is part of the pedestrian zone with many shops, restaurants and bars.

Copyright: Hrvoje mikolčević
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